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derrickhawkins

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bridging cpg to phpbb problem using *.domain.com format!
« on: July 28, 2010, 02:20:35 am »

I have the following issue when trying to bridge coppermine and phpbb3X:
I have my Forums set up as forums.ieshasequin.co.cc and my coppermine set up as photos.ieshasequin.co.cc. does the brdige manager recognise this set up because it won't let me brdige the to phpbb3 no matter what.

WHEN SET TO: http://forums.ieshasequin.co.cc I GET THIS ERROR: http://forums.ieshasequin.co.ccconfig.php doesn't exist

Coppermine install: http://photos.ieshasequin.co.cc
Bridging app install: http://forums.ieshasequin.co.cc
Coppermine version: cpg1.5.0
Bridging app version: SuperDuper BBS app v0.8.15
Test user account: testuser/testuser (for photos.ieshasequin.co.cc)

BridgeManager settings:
Bridge app URL:  http://forums.ieshasequin.co.cc
Relative path to your bridge app's config file:  http://forums.ieshasequin.co.cc
Cookie name or prefix:  phpbb3_4p59o
Use post-based groups?:  1 

note: not quite sure of the terminology but i installed coppermine on photos.ieshasequin.co.cc and my forums are at forums.ieshasequin.co.cc
Forums was up and running before installing coppermine
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papukaija

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Re: bridging cpg to phpbb problem using *.domain.com format!
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2010, 05:14:11 pm »

Your links are not working...

Coppermine version: cpg1.5.0
Do you mean cpg 1.5.8? If not, then please upgrade your gallery first.
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